Develop a better understanding of the asylum seekers who now call Australia home, as refugees discuss their new lives Down Under.
Two Tamil children living in a slum go on a quest to find ... pizza, in a vivid portrayal of hope and resourcefulness amid poverty.
The ancient city of Palenque was once a hub of Mayan civilisation. For centuries it lay hidden under layers of tropical vegetation, until modern archaeologists revealed it to the world.
Jay Soule is a multidisciplinary artist known as Chippewar in the Indigenous community. His internationally recognised work expresses much of the angst of today's Indigenous population in Canada.
As the only living tattoo artist from the Nisga'a Nation, Nakkita Trimble hopes to revive the traditional process of tattooing known as gihlee'e.
Marjorie Tahbone, an Alaskan artist of Inupiaq heritage, was first among the living women of her family to get her traditional chin tattoo.
In the 20th century, the Maori of New Zealand all but lost their tattooing tradition.
Seattle-born artist Nahaan sees tattoo, like many other forms of artistic expression, as a political act and a form of resistance.
If Keone Nunes had never picked up the tools and answered the call to master of kakau, there would likely be no traditional tattooing in Hawaii today.
Jordan Bennett is an artist of Mi'kmaq descent, whose work blends pop culture and traditional teachings into work that connects the past, the present and the future.
Western Samoa is one of the few places on the planet where traditional tattooing continued unimpeded through the colonial era.
Dion Kaszas is an artist and scholar of mixed heritage with a strong connection to his Interior Salish roots. He has devoted countless hours to traditional tattooing arts nearly lost to colonisation.
The Mentawai people inhabit a group of islands west of Sumatra, in Indonesia. For centuries, they have practised a form of shamanism in which the art of tattoo plays an integral role.
Metis artist Amy Malbeuf's insatiable appetite for new creative outlets has led her to work in many artistic fields, including traditional Indigenous tattooing.
In a remote village in the Northern Philippines, Wang Od Oggay carries on the tattooing tradition of her ancestors, offering the sacred markings once reserved for the warriors and women of the Kalinga.
Eighteen-year-old Bradford-born Hiba explores the controversial but legal custom of first-cousin marriage. It's a practice that has gone on within her own family for generations. This documentary takes a look at the devastating health impact that first-cousin marriage can have, and the arguments for and against it. Hiba finds out if it is possible to fancy and desire such a close relative.
The headdress is a powerful symbol with great meaning within First Nation communities. Filmmaker JJ Neepin hopes to start an ongoing conversation about cultural appropriation and tradition.
I Am Black and Beautiful is a short film project produced through a documentary film studies program for people with intellectual disabilities. The project was designed to integrate cultural studies, world politics, and documentary studies into a program over 11 months.
In a Chinese city crippled by coronavirus COVID-19, and in a shining high-tech capital on its eastern coast, to the frontiers of its vast grassland steppe, we are at the beating heart of China to witness a country coming of age. For millions of Chinese teenagers, it is the moment of truth. For their parents, a time to stand back and watch them fly. Once lost to history, now a driver of a nation's rise. In the face of a great pandemic, Gao Kao 2020, China's Great Exam.
Michael visits India, the Jewel in the Crown of Empire. Here he uncovers how the British East India Company built an Empire becoming the world's first multinational corporation, using a private army to subdue this massive country. But how did such a small number of colonists rule over such a vast, diverse area? Original title: Portillo's Empire Journey.
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